BOOK REVIEW: Gig economy laid bare

18 June 2018By Shantha David

Humans as a ServiceJeremias PrasslOUP Press£24.95

BOOK REVIEW: From Russia with love

18 June 2018By Ronnie Fox

The best lawyers are dispassionate even when responding to their clients’ needs for support and empathy.

Lse sovereign bond display board

BOOK REVIEW: Where complex litigation is akin to space exploration

11 June 2018By Sally Azarmi

Sovereign Defaults Before Domestic Courts

Blood orange on white

BOOK REVIEW: A twist of orange

11 June 2018By Anthony Edwards

Blind Defence


JUST OUT: New book

11 June 2018

The Complete Guide to Getting a Solicitor’s Training Contract

Black cabs

BOOK REVIEW: Gift of the cab

21 May 2018By Richard Williams

Review of Button on Taxis: Licensing Law & Practice


JUST OUT: New books

21 May 2018

New books on data protection, employment law and human rights, financial services and criminal law.


BOOK REVIEW: Lifting the lid

7 May 2018By Professor Joseph Carby-Hall

A review of Tax Havens and International Human rights by Paul Beckett.


BOOK REVIEW: Brilliant resource on global rights

7 May 2018By Zimran Samuel

A review of Rhona Smith’s International Human Rights Law (8th edition).

The split

TV REVIEW: BBC One's The Split

24 April 2018By

The Beeb's six-part drama is set in London's glossy divorce circuit.


BOOK REVIEW: Life on the inside

23 April 2018By David Pickup

Subtitled ‘the key to avoiding the risk’, this book is an excellent introduction to a  complicated subject.


A handbook of substance

16 April 2018By Nick Brett

The Drugs Offences Handbook


Global take on rights and wrongs

16 April 2018By Louise Price

International Human Rights Law (3rd edition).


When toy story goes to court

9 April 2018By David Pickup

David Pickup reviews You Don’t Own Me: How Mattel v. MGA Entertainment Exposed Barbie’s Dark Side.


Insider’s track on criminal justice

9 April 2018By Adrian Lower

Adrian Lower reviews The Secret Barrister: Stories of the Law and How It’s Broken.


Signpost to Strasbourg

26 March 2018By Malcolm Hawkes

Malcolm Hawkes reviews Jacobs, White and Ovey: The European Court of Human Rights, 7th edition.

Trust betrayed crop

Fiddling the accounts?

26 March 2018By Katharine Riley

Katharine Riley reviews Trust Betrayed by Richard Wrenn.


On the money

19 March 2018By Tony Roe

Book review: Lexcel Risk Management Toolkit 3rd Edition.

Crime scene

Fascinating true-crime tale

19 March 2018By David Pickup

Book review: Blood on the Page: A Murder, a Secret Trial, a Search for the Truth

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